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ALERT! You may be suffering from the Sunday Night Fear

AKA the Back-To-Work Fear. Here’s how to recognise it…
Jul 14th 2013, 8:15 PM 31,631 37

THE SUNDAY NIGHT Fear is a terrible affliction.

Here are some of the symptoms.

You have sighed loudly several times in the past hour.

Your skin feels faintly uncomfortable.

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Everyone is out to get you.

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You are consciously avoiding looking at the clock, in an attempt to prevent time from progressing.

Tomorrow morning in reality

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Tomorrow morning in your head.

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You have made yourself a desperate promise for the week ahead

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(That you definitely won’t keep.)

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You feel vaguely guilty about your existence

You are somehow both tired and restless at the same time

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You are avoiding looking in your wallet

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The mere thought of this music makes you want to go into the foetal position and put a pillow over your head

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And in fact, when you look back at the weekend, this is how you feel.

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Have you got it? We’re sorry.

The only known treatment for the Sunday Night Fear is to make yourself another cup of tea, get under a duvet on the sofa, and watch a movie with Clint Eastwood in it.

Feel free to share this post with anyone who you think needs it right now. Together, we can get through this.

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